What good would a European hatchback be if there weren't a hot hatch version as well? That's the question which British magazine Evo is asking. While driving the new Vauxhall Adam city car (also sold as an Opel
in other markets), Evo spoke to a company insider who indicated that the GM subsidiary has more performance-oriented versions in mind. The new Adam is available with a range of powertrain options that top out at a 98-horsepower 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine. That won't be the extent of it, however, if Evo's sources are correct.